Netherlands-based Tebodin has been awarded three early-stage contracts on oil and gas projects in Abu Dhabi, according to a source familiar with the projects.

The company was awarded a study by Abu Dhabi Gas Industries (Gasco) to look into technologies for carbon dioxide (CO2) recovery and acid gas enrichment.

Tebodin’s study will prepare the potential project for the front-end engineering and design (feed) phase. The contract was awarded in November and will take six months to carry out.

Tebodin has also won a subcontract on an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) package from Ireland-based Tyco on fire risk mitigation on Das Island. Tebodin will supply detail engineering and documents review activities on the project, which is being developed by Abu Dhabi Marine Operating Company (Adma-Opco).

Das Island is the base for Adma-Opco’s oil processing facilities for its offshore fields.

Abu Dhabi Polymers Company (Borouge) awarded a nine-month detailed engineering contract to Tebodin for four plant modification projects.

The projects include: pellet water tank water overflow recovery project; pressure transfer system for the catalysts in the second polypropylene plant; skimmer pit water pump.

Borouge is the UAE’s largest petrochemicals producer based in Ruwais in the west of Abu Dhabi.

The Hague-headquartered Tebodin, which in 2012 was acquired by German engineering and construction group Bilfinger, won several UAE gas design deals earlier in the year.